The Sierra Club to teach you to use the law to protect the planet global warming and land use environmental law workshop to be held Saturday, March 27 by Ursula Vosylius, the chair of the Angeles Chapter Legal Committee Conservation activists, especially those who work on issues related to endangered species, global warming, and land use, are encouraged to attend the CEQA, Global Warming and Endangered Species Law symposium, an environmental law workshop on land use and global warming law. The workshop is offered free of charge by the Sierra Club Angeles Chapter Legal Committee in partnership with the Loyola Law School Environmental Law Society.
Speakers will include several prominent environmental attorneys, including Jonathan Evans of the Center for Biological Diversity, who will speak on the Endangered Species Act, and Amy Bricker of Shute, Mihaly & Weinberger LLP who will speak regarding a case study in global warming for general plans.
Designed specifically to aid conservationists in their endeavors, the CEQA, Global Warming and Endangered Species Law symposium includes a panel also includes a panel discussion entitled “Using Legal Tools to Promote Better Local Environmental Outcomes.”
This symposium is the third in a series of workshops on environmental law to be given jointly by the Loyola Law School Environmental Law Society and the Legal Committee of the Sierra Club Angeles Chapter. The purpose of the series is to provide environmental activists with legal tools they can use in their environmental and conservation campaigns.
There is no charge to attend the workshop, but advance reservations are recommended. RSVP to the chairperson. A free lunch will be served. Parking is available to attendees for $3 in the Loyola Law School parking garage. For more information, contact the chairperson.
The CEQA, Global Warming and Endangered Species Law symposium will take place Saturday, March 27 from 8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. at Loyola Law School of Los Angeles, 919 Albany St., Los Angeles, CA 90015